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Le Phare du cap Camarat

Historic site and monument, Engineering structure, Headlight, listed (CMN) in Ramatuelle

  • Dominated by Camarat lighthouse, the second in France for the height of the light above sea level (130 meters) source, it owes its name to a manor of the fourteenth century. For safety reasons, the lighthouse cant be visited anymore.

  • Classified in 1993 as a natural site, it dates of 1838. Electricity replaced petrol in 1946. Since 1977, it is automated and remote from the lightouse of the island of Porquerolles. Its light signal with a range of 60 km, pace the beautiful summer nights with its white light grouped into 4 parts 15 seconds.

    At the foot of his tower, by mistral time, it benefits of a dazzling light that allow to see the sea at infinite, the varois coast and his capes ; at west, the Golden Islands: Le...
    Classified in 1993 as a natural site, it dates of 1838. Electricity replaced petrol in 1946. Since 1977, it is automated and remote from the lightouse of the island of Porquerolles. Its light signal with a range of 60 km, pace the beautiful summer nights with its white light grouped into 4 parts 15 seconds.

    At the foot of his tower, by mistral time, it benefits of a dazzling light that allow to see the sea at infinite, the varois coast and his capes ; at west, the Golden Islands: Le levant, Port-Cros, Bagaud and Porquerolles.

    The walkers, take the little path that joins up the coastal trail (littoral), just before the “birds island”: to Est we arrive at Pampelonne beach in 50 minutes, to West, the Escalet in about 2:20 hours, and Cap Taillat in 3 hours.
  • Environment

    • Isolated
  • Spoken languages

Services
  • Equipment

    • Car park
  • Services

    • Pets welcome
    • Not open to the public
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